Thursday’s Doors ~ May 4, 2017, The Worly building


Front Street Funk,

storefront window declares.

#503 looks “Cool, mon.”

The Worly just looks like a

“Happening place!”

This has distinction and

elements of modern and past, too.

Looks like a party is about to happen!

Here’s a cool and fascinating man,

He collects links to Thursday’s Doors.

His name is Norm Frampton and

“You ‘best’ check him out!”

Here’s your ticket to see

more doors there:

~ ~ ~ 🎶 🎶 🎶 ~ ~ ~

Funk music came about in

the 1960’s and is attributed

to African-American roots.

I like Bruno Mars and his friends,

including Pharrell Williams’song,

“Uptown Funk.”

The building was built in 1880,

Renovated in 1995,

for businesses to lease.

50,000 square feet located

in the Brewery District

of German Village.

For a whole other “flavor”

and “party atmosphere,”

Come on back and visit

this blog for Cinco de Mayo.

Hoy es Quatro de Mayo!

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How do you know Humpty Dumpty was an egg?

White Padded Room

It is one of the most popular rhymes in the English language.

Humpty-Dumpty sat on a wall,
Humpty-Dumpty had a great fall.
All the king’s horses and all the king’s men
Couldn’t put Humpty together again.

I find it problematic that this rhyme is considered a “nursery rhyme.” Why is this considered comforting or soothing to an unsettled toddler? I guess if the child is unable to understand English, it would be effective if spoken softly.

Based on myths and legends, it tells of a live creature plunging to the ground from his perch on a wall, ostensibly breaking into several pieces upon impact.

  • Sounds like fodder for nightmares to me. Check this out:


  • An illustration from Walter Crane‘s Mother Goose’s Nursery Rhymes (1877), showing Humpty Dumpty as a boy.
  • I’M going to have nightmares thinking of that poor boy dying. It looks as if he might have been having…

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